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Danuta Rothschild And Torenzo Gann Are Featured Artists At Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom. Gallery Open To The Public

We often highlight artists who happen to live locally and are recognized nationally and internationally for their creative genius. Danuta Rothschild and Torenzo Gann happen to hail from Martin County, FL, and their art is being featured at the Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom’s Spotlight Gallery. The Showroom, located in Lake Worth, is a one-of-a-kind venue offering a unique experience for collectors, designers, curators, art aficionados, and the every day art lover.  The Rickie Report shares the details of their tenure at this exciting art hot spot, the upcomingFuture is Female: Women of the Showroom 2021″ opening on March 18 and a few sneak peeks.  Stop by often, as the artwork changes monthly.  Tell them The Rickie Report sent you! 





Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom






500 N. Dixie Highway      Lake Worth, FL 33460




Hours:  Tuesday – Saturday 10am-6 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday














Torenzo Gann and Danuta Rothschild wearing their Covid-19 masks



Future  is  Female:  Women  of  the  Showroom  2021  


Women’s History Month



VIP Exhibition Opening Night:

Thursday, March 18    4-7  pm


On view:    March 18 – April 22

To RSVP please email 

FREE and Open to the public



Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom is a one-of-a-kind venue that embodies a Year-Round Art Fair atmosphere, with a community mindset for Artists, Galleries and Design Studios. Their 25,000 square foot space provides a unique experience for collectors, designers, curators, art aficionados and the everyday art consumer. Come and enjoy year-round exhibitions, lectures, events and pop ups, extending the boundaries of meaningful art exhibitions and fostering a public engagement in our community.



The public is invited to browse the Luxury Showroom for a diversity of fine art, antiques, sculpture, glass and design objects from a wide range of domestic and international galleries.  It is backed by the Palm Beach Show Group, the leading full-service show production in the nation, specializing in world-class fine art, antique & jewelry shows from coast to coast. This provides an unparalleled experience for exhibitors and attendees. With a carefully cultivated Showroom, the staff continues to cater to both seasoned and new collectors- offering the opportunity to attend unique events, connect with international and emerging artists, and shop for the unique, the rare and the one-of-a-kind.



  “The End of the Reel” by Danuta Rothschild




Join us this March as we celebrate and honor Women’s History month. This exhibition features and commends the vital role of women artists in our Showroom. As we amplify women’s voices in the art world, we are pleased to celebrate the past, inform the present and inspire the future. Guests can browse a broad range of mediums and genres from all of our participating Artists.




“ This Closeup Matters “  by Danuta Rothschild




Danuta Rothschild tells The Rickie Report, “While I am creating my art, I step into a space that allows me to connect with the Universe…to tap into the unknown.  My intention is that the viewer will not only see carefully chosen colors, images, shadow and light, but will step with me into the magic of the moment…that they will feel the excitement of unplanned surprised that show up on the canvas.  This is the excitement that fulfills me when I am creating.”




Danuta Rothschild with “The World Dances”



Danuta Rothschild is an internationally known, respected award winning artist.  She was a Featured Artist at the most recent Palm Beach Art Show at the Palm Beach Convention Center (February,2021), and her works are included in “Celebrating 40 Years of Arts4All  Florida”,  a rigorously juried exhibition being shown at the Florida Capitol 22nd Floor Gallery in Tallahassee now through  March 26, 2021.  A native of Poland, she has lived in California and is now located in Stuart, FL.  Danuta’s works have been shown in prestigious museums in Poland, France, Bosnia, and the United States, where she participated in numerous exhibits in CA.  Having appeared in TV shows world wide, she has become an established artist with much respect.  Danuta’s artworks are in public and private collections throughout the world. You can see her artwork at the Elliott Museum or the Martin County Open Studio Tour taking place this weekend, March 6-7.




The scope of Danuta’s artistry is diverse and provocative, as they weave an historical tapestry, including her own take on the Masters.  An artist of considerable stature, Danuta created several series of paintings covering a wide range of subjects.  In her “Art About Art” series, she portrays her favorite painters (Cezanne, Picasso, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Modigliani) combining portraits with elements of their well-known works.  Half homage, half subtle mischief, these whimsical paintings reveal more about Danuta to the viewer.




Untitled by Danuta Rothschild




Her art provides a sense of social commentary about relevant issues, both spiritual and profound.  It is rare to see the intensity of emotion, scope of subject matter, and true understanding of the human psyche and spirit as she sees it.  Danuta can take soul-wrenching subjects and make them palatable and magical, while allowing us to ask the pertinent questions that moves us to go deeper within ourselves, revealing new understandings.







Mixed media “Cancel Culture” by Torenzo Gann




Torenzo Gann’s Artist Statement tells us everything about his creative process:

I am compelled.

I am driven.

I must create!

I see art everywhere. On sidewalks, reflections in storefront windows, shadow designs falling on the ground or embracing the side of a building. I see clouds as moving sculptures.

I produce thousands of photographs. Some, to use as a reference for a painting… others because they tell a story or ask a question and invite me to create a painting.

As an artist, I believe I have a responsibility to also create works of art that bring attention to important societal issues such as chemicals as food additives, toxic chemicals used in the industrialized production of crops, and genetic engineering. I’m also concerned about the current trend in America to whitewash our history in order to oblige the politically correct community.

I feel a deep responsibility and calling to create works of art that reveal and contemplate the beauty in the everyday objects we all find around us in this amazing universe created by God.

Art is everywhere! If you look for it, you’ll see it!

I believe God has created an amazing universe! As God is the original Creator, He created EVERYONE with the ability to create…everyone! If you’re one of the millions of people who believe they cannot create or are not creative, I challenge your belief and encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and CREATE something. I believe you can do it! We all start at the beginning. Let the fun begin! Soon…you’ll be seeing art everywhere.




“Gate Hook, Barbados” by Torenzo Gann




Torenzo Gann is an internationally known, award winning fine-artist, photographer, and commercial art film producer. A native of Michigan, he majored in illustration at Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids.  After successfully completing his first year, Torenzo left Kendall to pursue his own studies in the areas of painting, photography, and filmmaking.



After twenty years of creating art, Torenzo abandoned his love of creating art to confront a personal crisis caused by his alcoholism. As a result of his experience receiving treatment and getting sober, he chose to become a certified counselor so that he could help others who struggle with alcoholism and other drug addictions. When he was able to help a patient achieve a major breakthrough, it was an exhilarating moment! He recalls “nothing I’ve ever created has given me such satisfaction and joy!” It would be another twenty years later before he returned to the world of physically creating art.




“Tulips and Salt Air” by Torenzo Gann



Torenzo has exhibited in several national shows and has garnered attention at the exclusive ArtSynergy/ ArtPalmBeach International Art Fair by juror Eric Weiss, Curator of the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, Spain (January 2019).  In September 2019, two recent works, “Wall Switch, St. Petersburg” and “Obelisk, Bonaire” selected by Juror, Jack Rasmussen, Director, Katzen Gallery, American University, Washington, D.C. for inclusion in the Will’s Creek Exhibition of Fine Art.




“Above and Below” by Torenzo Gann



In November 2019, he was one of only 54 artists selected from over 500 entrants to be juried into the prestigious All Florida Art Show produced by the Martin County Cultural Arts Council. Juror, Ehern Gerhard, Arts Exhibitions Director for the Centers for the Arts in Bonita Springs, FL. commented on Torenzo’s piece, “The Last Roundup”, as a work bringing awareness and attention to the toxic chemicals used and found in America’s agriculture, and awarded it Honorable Mention. His participation in juried exhibits and awards are numerous. Torenzo is a published artist ( Millionaire Magazine 1987, Architectural Digest 1986, Northwood University 1986, Designer’s Quarterly 1984-85, Palm Beach Life 1984-85, Kodak Quarterly Report 1977) and his artistry can be found in private, corporate and public collections.  Torenzo’s ceaseless quest for seeing and creating art is his unconstrained passion. He eagerly awaits to see what the universe offers.  Torenzo is also affiliated with the American Impressionist Society. His work can be seen at the Elliott Museum and the Martin County Open Studio Tour taking place this weekend, March 6 & 7.





For more information about the Showroom or Exhibit:


Danuta Rothschild:




Torenzo Gann

561- 818-6259





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